tv Eyewitness News at 430 CBS September 12, 2016 4:30am-5:01am EDT
>> this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news" this morning. >> the big plays by new quarterback carson wentz, and how eagles fans are celebrating. >> and a health scare on the campaign trail. the events hillary clinton is having to cancel this morning after a surprising revelation from her doctor. >> and a water park becomes water bark. the reason for the dog's take-over and a special cause benefitting from their fund. >> good morning, today is monday, september 12th, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm rahel sullivan. all of that plus new miss america is crowned. but first katie has a great forecast, meisha keeping an eye on the commute. hi, ladies? good morning, happy monday, you guys. already, kind of starting off
with a bangment looks like last week is rolling over into this week. two accident out there, couple of injuries, yes, to those in just a moment. >> yikes, can't get a break. >> i know. >> at least the weather is cooperate, totally new week for us. >> yes. >> absolutely. the eagles win, i would say, pump the brakes on super boehm, it is only game one. >> this is looking like a nice fall week. today's not bad. we'll show you what's up on storm scan. not heck of a lot. high pressure on our side. beautiful day unfolding here, with nice clear skies, barely a cloud out there, the temperatures had a chance to drop very efficiently, take a look at how far we've dropped within the last 24 hours, so exactly is he tim same yesterday it was nervily 30 degrees warmer up at mount pocono. 13 degrees in a deficit here in philadelphia, but man is it feeling good outside. if you have yet to step out the door, wait until you feel the refreshing nare place. it is 65 degrees currently at
the airport, you have more of northerly breeze out, there very modest wind, but the winds flow is key. it is only 45 right now, at mount pocono, so, much much cooler. that's the kind of weather you would want to have a sweatshirt or jacket ready to go walking out the door. here in philly won't be kyle as cool. regardless notice the difference, we do rebounds into the low 80s here in the city with the humidity, light winds, full sunshine, it is practically perfect day in the city of philadelphia and around the region as a whole. low to mid 70s at all of the area resort towns. not bad way to kick start the week, at least on my ends, meisha. >> you nailed it, katie, roads not so great. the good news, roadways are nice and dry, it is still early, calm out there. couple of good pictures for you. schuylkill today moving in the eastbound direction, before montgomery. see both moving in the eastbound and westbound direction, on the schuylkill right now looking really really nice. we certainly have early risers out there overall even though
it is still early we can start to heat up. the vine was open, not cloe dollars -- closed for overnight construction, accident ran into a -- or vehicle ran into a pole at collegeville, germantown pike, downed wires there, twp. line road probably your best bet for alternate. also, overturned vehicle, new jersey turnpike southbound, at hightstown. it is pulled all the way out to the shoulder. toter accident investigation underway, route 47 closed near port elizabeth cumberland road. make note of though -- those. >> shell casings literary street in philadelphia's overbrook section, police say someone fired shots around 12:30 this morning, on the 6400 block of haverford avenue. they don't believe anyone was hurt. police are now looking for a black ford crown victoria. philadelphia police are also looking for who ever shot a man and pistol whipped a woman. this happened near 23rd and norris around 9:00 last night. the man was shot twice in his left hand. both he and the woman are in stable condition. police have not yet recovered a weapon.
>> and this morning, fire investigators are still trying to figure out what caused a fire at a camden scrap yard. the fire sent plumes of smoke that could be seen from lincoln financial field during the eagles game. the fire broke out at camden iron and metal around 1:15 yesterday afternoon. fortunately, no one was hurt. >> well, eagles fans are flying on cloud nine this morning after the season opening win. >> that's right. the birds of course dominated the cleveland browns all eyes on rookie quarterback carson wentz and his nfl debut, first rookie qb to start the season for the eagles, get this, 1939. number 11 through his first ever touchdown pass to jordan matthews. wentz begins his career as a winner passing for 278 yards, and two touchdowns. >> we won. that's all you dream. you want to win. that was the goal today. key became out, got a great team win. i think it will hit me now after the win, i've been dream being this since i was a kid. but again, it is just the first of many.
we're onto next week. >> they are hoping this is just the beginning after winning season for went. and the rest of the game, didn't disappoint either with the birds defeating the browns 29-ten. >> jim, a lot of fun. and i know it is just the beginning, but of course we are still very excited. >> hey, good first start. jan carabeo live at wip sports radio where fans have been calling in all night long to chat about the game. good morning, jan. >> good morning, the carson went game yesterday. it looks like eagle fans absolutely loved it. got his first nfl game. seems like eagles nation are being look forward to the rest of the season, they're very optimistic. take a lock at this. it was all smiles for the second overall pick as he walk off lincoln financial field yesterday. he led the eagles to a commanding victory. and even though it was against the cleveland browns, fans are pumped about carson wentz's prospects. we checked in with 94wip host
paul jolovitz who says wentz did what few rookies are able to do. and fans are hopping on the wentz wagon. >> you don't see this that often. wentz is poised, one thing that came across. you can't teach tall in basketball, you can't tees poise. rookies just can't come into a city of philadelphia with tough fans, and kind of break the bank like carson did today. just a week ago, he wasn't supposed to play this year, sam bradford was, now bradford is in minnesota having his own battles and carson wentz has captured philadelphia. it will be fun, as these people love it. >> i'm on the wednesday wagon. let's go eagles. >> ready to party. >> went! went, wentz, wednesdaymania. >> we have a quarterback.
>> now, that is a bold prediction, we opportunity hear what you think. make sure to send us your comments on facebook and twitter. just may see them on air. reporting live outside 94wip, in old city this morning, jan carabeo, cbs 3, "eyewitness news", rahel, jim, back to you. >> jan, thank you, always happy to see the eagles in good spurred. >> exactly, and you think they'll be posting on social media today? >> i believe so. all day. >> thanks, jan. eagles took a moment to open the 15th anniversary of the september 11 attacks during the game. players first responders and members of the military service joined vice president joe biden in holding a field sized american flag during the national anthem. president obama recorded a special message for the fans and teams. the tribute ended with fighter jets flying over lincoln financial field. and plans for the mariner east two pipeline get attention at tonight's middletown township council. plans call for the pipeline to go through delaware county. middletown coalition for
community safety is concerned about the route, because it says, it goes where schools, part, residential neighborhood. however, says, the pipeline would carry natural gas liquid, would create 30,000 jobs and help the economy. well, this morning, hillary clinton is off the campaign trail. she has canceled fundraising and campaign events that were supposed to take place in california this morning. >> that's right, suddenly to leave a 9/11 program because of health problems. hena, good morning, clinton's covers released a statement yesterday. >> reporter: says the 68 year old was diagnosed with pneumonia on friday. although the illness was not publicly revealed, until clinton stumbled sunday when leaving the 9/11 ceremony at ground zero. clinton went to her daughter's manhattan apartment. first few hours after the incident, and then headed to her suburban home not far from new york. now her doctor claims the
presidential candidates became overheated and dehydrated, and in a statement he added she is recovering nicely. >> hen a, trump talking about the state of clinton's health for sometime now. what's his reaction to all of this? >> new issue likely to take center stage in the final weeks of the presidential campaign. donald trump has not commented yet about clinton's illness, but in the past, the republican nominee has repeatedly questioned whether his opponent has the strength to be president and the stamina to take on terrorists. >> and hena, there is a new cbs news battleground traffic pole out, showing really tight race. >> yes. this is a little surprising. came out few hours ago actually, latest cbs news battleground tracker pole shows the race is tightening in florida clinton holds just two-point lead there. in ohio, another key battleground state, clinton has a seven-point lead. jim, rahel? >> always interesting. thanks so much, hena, we'll check in with you later on.
and, morey's pier water park has gone to the dogs. this is a look at its annual water bark pool party. get it, bark. more than 250 dogs took over the water park yesterday to celebrate it closing for the summer. pups and their owners have a whole park to themselves. proceeds from yesterday's party are now going to the new jersey spca, and the cape may county animal shelter. good day. coming up: new miss america is crowned in atlantic city. >> and the new miss america is ... >> hear the name they said next. and we'll introduce you to the winner. >> plus in other news, several people are hospitalized after a school bus crashes at an airport. the place where it happened and the big question on the mine of investigators this morning. stay with us.
observe the 15th anniversary of the september 11 attack. the beams from 88 search lights represent the twin towers and are part of the national september 11 memorial and museum's tribute in light. and take a look, this is a live look from new york city at this hour. you can see the empire state building lit up in red, white and blue and the two towers of light in the far distance. >> in other news today, school driver at denver international airport has killed a bus driver and injured ten passengers. police say the school bus had picked up members of a high school football team when it veered off a runway and crashed into a concrete pillar. some of the passengers who were hurt are in critical condition. police say the driver had circled back to the airport after picking up the team and they're now trying to figure out why. >> sad story there. there is a new miss america this morning. >> miss arkansas.
>> ♪ >> miss arkansas came out on top atlantic city last night. the 21 year old is a senior at the university of arkansas school of arts. rachael wyeth was the first runner. featured first openly gay contestant, missouri urie. and jim, you often emcee these type events. >> miss america is the largest scholarship event for women in the country. a lot of people say these things are out-dated but for me, if you want to do it, and it is not hurting anybody and you're getting scholarship money you go right ahead. >> and a lot of energy goes into it. >> exactly. 4:44. our miss western caster 2016 katie feels like fall yesterday. >> it sure did. yes, we're really seeing nice change every pace. also give a special shout out to miss marylander, our own nicole brewer's sister. so, so proud of her. for those how don't know,
nicole brewer is former miss pennsylvania. so proud of her. keeping it in the cbs-3 family. high pressure in place, and it is anchored, guys, right overhead, so clear outside, it has allowed temperatures to drop so readily. that will high pressure cell keeping control, essentially, across moles at least of the eastern two thirds of the united state. we do see frontal passage late another week. it comes through with kind of little fanfare. see what it does to our forecast in the seven # day. we'll heat up, then drop back down very readily. take a look out here over the tropical satellite. i step to the side so you can see it little better, watching an area for potential development there is one, smack dab in the center of the open waters of the atlantic. this has really high chance, about nine in ten chance of formation within the next five days, if it were to form the next name on the list would be ian, good news, it appears as though this will stay out in the open waters of the atlantic, not pose any threat to the united states coastline. definitely good news. meanwhile, this is a gorgeous day, i don't know how you
would top this, 82, sunshine, low humidity, very light breeze, good hair day, what more could you ask for? i know, jim, your hair always looks fantastic. mainly clear, comfy, dropping to 63. then looking forward, check it out, 09 and little steamier wednesday. but we can't even hit 80 for couple of days on thursday and friday, behind that next cold front. meisha, over to you. >> gorgeous today. >> your hair looks great, too. >> oh, katie, you always look great. >> feeling the love. >> looking outside at the vine, looking really good jump on the schuylkill from the vine, vine open last night, not closed but construction between the schuylkill and broad. great news for you wait to go jump out on the vine. septa new regional schedule. check those schedules on line. then we've got some accidents to talk about, overturned vehicle here, went actually off the road in new jersey, new jersey turnpike past height town, pulled off to the shoulder. accident here vehicle ran into pole in collegeville.
bridge pike closed near germantown pike, do have downed wires. your alternate twp. line road probably your best bet this morning, for those of in you and around that area. another accident investigation from earlier accident, route 47, delsea drive, closed right now, port elizabeth cumberland road. make note of that. a lot of this is happening if you're in that neck of the woods. leave couple every extra minute early. left lane blocked there. jim, rahel, back to you. thanks so much, meisha a familiar cbs-3 face is honored in a very special way. >> take a look. recognize him? of course that's former cbs-3 reporter walt hunter with members of the philadelphia fire department, the special way they are recognizing him this morning.
americans killed in a san bernardino mass shooting... but after this tragedy - when pat toomey had the chance to ban suspected terrorists from buying guns - he voted against closing this loophole for terrorists - and with the gun lobby. katie: we have to do everything in our power to keep guns away from terrorists who threaten our way of life. i'm katie mcginty and i approve this message because we can't risk our families' safety on a loophole. jill wagner joins us live from the new york torque stock exchange, good morning, jill, and jill, the market plunged on friday. what's behind that?
what are investor expecting this week? >> get ready for gradual interest rate hikes. eric rosengrand, he's considered a dove, now really flipped over to the hawk-ish side. it is somewhat surprising because it comes after week economic data like the august jobs report, which was disappointing. the next fed meeting september 21, most traders though still think december is more likely for a rate hike. rahel, jim? >> that doesn't sound great. on lighter note this morning, we hear soon may not be reason to wait in the long shake shack lines? >> it is true. shake shack launching cook book next year called the shake shack book. publishers have been pretty tight-lipped about which recipes it will include, hopefully insight on the kringle cut french fries and the tank i shack sauce. >> i don't want to make it myself. that's ridiculous. >> all right, guys. poo-poo it, but i think it will be popular.
>> all right. >> in other news, a member of the cbs, walt hunter received the media lifetime achievement award, present today him yesterday as part of the firefighters and paramedics recognition day. walter is the first ever recipient of this achievement award. congratulations, walter, it is well deserved. >> indeed. >> well, saturday was hot. sunday was a great day to be outside. >> but katie what's today have in store for us? >> actually it get better than yesterday was. >> this looks like overall a running theme of our forecast, a taste of fall finally here, although it wouldn't and forecast without a few hiccups. i will tell you w
mcginty will consistently stand up to the gun lobby. toomey's against an assault weapons ban and gets
an a rating from the nra. this year, pennsylvanians have a clear choice. senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> good morning, we take you to live look at boathouse row. look how crisp and clear that
shot is. indeed, off in the distance, lack of sunlight right now, that reflection on the water, so clear outside, crisp, as well. and you don't have much wind. talk about fall-like morning. and it is actually a little on the cool side, depending on location, mouth outlying suburbs, you'll find. that will these aren't your air temperatures, rather dew point, remember the lower the number, the better the hair day most typically. certainly since we have light winds, that's, this is one of those crisp stellar days, generally with full sunshine, just looking ahead to nice weather. again, another real crisp view for you off in the distance, no problem to see the city skylight. and we're at 61 degrees currently at palmyra cove nature park. quite few locations bottoming out in the 50's this morning, even couple of oddball spots even picking up the low 40's this morning, meanwhile, today's high in the city, 82, full sunshine, doesn't get better than this, we are going to spike on thermometer wednesday, perhaps shower or storm wednesday night. and then we can't even hit 80
if we tried. come thursday and friday. meisha, over to you. >> look at today, katie. it is perfect. >> perfect. >> it is, yes, i'm into that. thank you, good morning everyone, happy monday. kind of feeling a lot of people will be in really good mood today. i wonder why. ninety-five south at academy, looking good, looking nice and quiet. we know this will start to heat up. i would say even in the later part of the 5:00 hour and of course cracking into the 6:00. so if you want a jump start, i certainly would, roadways right now are looking good. although we do have couple of incidents out there, we do have an accident here, ambler, butler avenue at bethlehem pike here, a truck did hit a deer, also another area, an accident, vehicle, ran into a pole here in collegeville. ridge pike closed near germantown pike, downed wires here, you will have to use alternate, twp. line road probably your best bet. also another accident, overturned vehicle actually went off the road. new jersey turnpike southbound, at height town. pulled all the way off to the shoulder. but just make note of it there. and also we have some more
accident, route 47, delsea drive closed right now north port litsch biz cumberland road. make note of that, looks like an accident investigation from earlier accident actually. construction, pa turnpike westbound between valley forge and downingtown, that left lane is block, in that area, then also, just a heads up. septa regional rails new schedules, fox chase lansdale doylestown, manayunk, norristown, media and well win. be sure before checking out the door your new schedules. >> more on the eagles big win. pat gal send here with more on yesterday's season opener. plus: a member of our cbs-3 family is now uniquely tide to the start of the carson weather a. and he has a fat lip to show for it. >> oh, boy. later if you plan on traveling outside the count rip, we have tips for keeping your cell phone bill from sky-rocketing.
this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news" this morning. so are you feeling great this morning? carson wentz wins his nfl debut, as the eagles start their season with a victory over the browns. we're live with a look at his first professional outing, and reaction from the lockerroom to the fans. >> hill him's health front and center in campaign 2016. her doctor says she has pneumonia. we'll tell you what changes she is now make to go her campaign. >> and abut full shot out of boat house row this morning, katie says it will be a sunny and nice start to our work week, she here to tell us when high temperatures may only reach the 70s this week. sounds good to me. monday, september 12th, good morning, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm rahel solomon in for
brooke thomas. great day today? >> for so, so many reasons. >> way to go birds. i think the only people that will be mad waking up this morning are the little kiddos goes back to school today. sorry, sorry. all right, well, the roadways looking good, happy monday guys, we do have few accident. >> as you had mentioned, looking like fantastic day weather wise, sun glare becomes a problem for the cop youth ers later, otherwise no problems, this is like one of the great just leave the windows open, as you head to work this morning, and just gorgeous, gorgeous weather unfolding for the entire day. storm scan, totally quiet l stay that way. high pressure on our side, anchored overhead. very light winds right now. current temperatures take a look, at 63 at the airport right now, one of the mildest spot of the pack. only at 44 in mount pocono, and there it is, the blue contouring, starting to show up on the color map here. start to go get little on the cool side through the most outlying suburbs, highest terrai